AKA: The Layout Special
Scene one is here and scene two now has a home here.
I have a confession to make. When I do “camera moves” for my storyboards, I skip a step and go straight to workbook — is that phrase in use anymore? — or even to some sort of preliminary layout stage.
I used to (and sometime still do) tell people I’m a storyboard artist, but I’m much more interested in how every stage of production fits together to create the final whole; divisions between storyboards, layout, or even editorial can be a bit fluid with that mindset.
Only after drawing something like this workbook/layout/whatever would I break it down into sequential panels to imply camera moves (in this case a combination truck-out and pan up.)
I never got around to breaking this one down. Maybe I recognized the purpose of the exercise had come to a close?